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Mining News Pro - Canada’s Galantas Gold said on Thursday it was working out details to resume blasting at its Omagh gold mine in Northern Ireland, which has been suspended since October due to lack of required supervision.

Mining News Pro - Brazil has the capacity to meet the growing demand for iron ore and there is currently no risk of mine closure due to the covid-19 pandemic, says Brazilian mining association (Ibram) president Flávio Penido.

Mining News Pro - Copper prices are surging, and for once it’s not because the economy is booming.

Mining News Pro - The Economic Transformation Committee of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress suggested that pension funds take over some of the assets of the indebted state power company.

Mining News Pro - Environmental activists have sued Ghana’s government to stop a proposed mining project in a protected national forest, which they say endangers their health and well-being, amid growing calls to increase nature reserves to combat climate change.

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto has started to wind down operations at New Zealand Aluminium Smelters (NZAS) ahead of an eventual closure next year.

Mining News Pro - Chile`s State-run Codelco said on Saturday it would temporarily halt construction on a new level at its flagship El Teniente mine, a move it said was necessary to combat the fast-spreading coronavirus pandemic.

Mining News Pro - Japan`s Mitsui Mining and Smelting said on Monday its two zinc mines in Peru resumed operations on July 2 after a closure of more than three months to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Mining News Pro - Chile’s state-run Codelco said on Friday unions at its Chuquicamata mine division had voted to implement a seven-day on, seven-day off shift schedule at the sprawling copper deposit in a bid to reduce worker exposure to the exploding coronavirus outbreak in the country’s mine-rich desert north.

Mining News Pro - Resource Generation (Resgen) has recorded changes to the common terms agreement for its mine funding package, it noted in its market update.

Mining News Pro - Global iron-ore consumption is likely to decrease by 2.8% this year, as a result of the impact of Covid-19 on the mining sector, as well as owing to decreased demand in the automotive industry, says analytics and data company GlobalData.

Mining News Pro - For the mining industry to be successful post-Covid-19, the industry will require long-term strategies to deal with its challenges, which includes the pandemic.

Mining News Pro - Downer has taken delivery of five next-generation Komatsu 830E-5 dump trucks, the first fleet to be sold in Australia.

Mining News Pro - Platinum group metals miner Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat), together with the North West Department of Health has officially opened the 200-bed Royal Bafokeng Platinum Field Hospital, in Rustenburg, at a cost of about R10-million, to support government’s already overburdened resources in the fight against Covid-19.

Mining News Pro - Technology Metals Australia (TMT) has chosen FLSmidth as its preferred supplier of the key roasting kiln section at the Gabanintha vanadium processing plant in Western Australia.

Mining News Pro - Alrosa announced on Tuesday that operations have restarted at its International underground diamond mine near Minry, Russia.

Mining News Pro - Gold prices surged again on Tuesday to the highest in more than seven years as the World Health Organization cautioned that the worst of the coronavirus pandemic is yet to come.

Mining News Pro - Kirkland Lake Gold, the Canadian mining company, was sued on Monday in US federal court for allegedly defrauding shareholders about its business plans before its C$4.1-billion purchase of Detour Gold caused its stock to tumble.

Mining News Pro - Copper is poised for its best quarter since 2010, helped by optimism over a stronger-than-expected demand rebound in top consumer China and mounting supply concerns in South America.

Mining News Pro - Transnational nonprofit organisation Crisis Group says tensions continue to build in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC’s) mining heartland between industrial and artisanal miners.

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